SignBank spelling order
chazzer3332000 at YAHOO.COM
Tue Oct 15 13:15:23 UTC 2002
I am sure that facial expressions will come into the
equation with both ASL and Libras eventually. The
corpus we are working with, at the moment, doesn't go
that way, but who knows, in a few years, we will
certainly need to discuss more.
--- Valerie Sutton <Sutton at SIGNWRITING.ORG> wrote:
> Ingvild in Norway wrote:
> >I know Valerie has addessed this question breifly
> before, but now as we
> >sit down and actually do this, we should have a
> discussion and make rules
> >that will also be felt as appropriate by the sign
> language lingiusts and
> >by the signing communities, as far as that is
> possible. So I dare
> >not enter anything more at the moment ...
> SignWriting List
> October 14, 2001
> Dear SW List and Ingvild, Charles...
> Regarding the future rules for ordering
> Sign-Spellings (SS), let us
> use SignBank as our tool to work out some of the
> issues...I will show
> you what I mean in the next message...
> Ingvild...I hope you won't stop entering signs,
> because entering
> signs is the only way we will come to a decision on
> the rules. I will
> take the three signs you gave us as examples, and
> show you different
> issues with them, in the next few messages....
> Charles...do not worry...you don't have to re-do
> anything with your
> new book...the Northern European languages do have
> some differences
> in regards to facial expressions which I want to
> discuss...it is
> nothing like ASL...and I want to discuss those
> differences now on the
> Val ;-)
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